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MSC and Wild Salmon Policy Implementation (2831.01)

Watershed Watch

To reinforce management for wild salmon resilience in British Columbia through Marine Stewardship Council conditions and…

Integrated Territorial Management of the Xingu Conservation Corridor (4277)

Environmental Defense Fund

In support of protected area management and reduction of deforestation and forest degradation in the Xingu Protected Are…

Increasing the role of protected areas in environmental compensation policies in Peru (4300)

Conservation Strategy Fund

To provide technical support to the Peruvian Ministry of Environment in designing regulations for the national environme…

Van Kempen acquisition (4398)

Save-the-Redwoods League

To support the acquisition of Van Kempen property adjacent to Portola State Park.

A Roadmap for Advancing Patient and Family Engagement (4011.01)

American Institutes for Research

To support the development and dissemination of an overarching strategic roadmap for the future of research and practice…

Roddy Ranch Acquisition (4339)

East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy

To provide support for the fee acquisition of Roddy Ranch property in East Contra Costa County.

Innovative Approaches to Assessing Science Learning: Review of Research (4244)

Michigan State University, Office of Sponsored Programs

In support of an extensive review of research literature on current national and international measurement and assessmen…

Grantee Communications Training (4299)

Spitfire Strategies

To develop and present a strategic communications training to interested Moore Foundation Nursing Initiative grantees to…

Salmon Ecosystem Protection in BC’s Boreal Watersheds (1924.02)

Pew Charitable Trusts

To strengthen the influence of First Nations and communities in ensuring that mining development decisions in BC are mad…